This display travels to every reunion. It lists every service man of the 452nd Bomb Group who was killed in action.
The information was compiled by Ed Hinrichs and daughters, and donated to the 452nd Bomb Group Association.
Are you interested in the history of the 8th Army Air Force, 452nd BG? Did you have a relative stationed at Deopham Green? Let us know! We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We'll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you. We're excited to have you join the team!
Are you a researcher? Do you have original documents or transcriptions of first hand accounts? We are always interested in presenting an accurate record. If you find a mistake or omission on this web site, please let us know so we can correct the error.
The above picture is from the 2014 reunion in Dayton, Ohio.
For 2022, the 452nd Bomb Group Association will hold its annual reunion together with the 8th Air Force Historical Society in Washington, D.C. Click the button for the 8th AFHS reunion site.
Please remember: You do not have to stay for all of the days; You do not have to take all the tours; And you do not have to purchase all of the meals. You do have to be a member of the 8th. We have two adjoining Hospitality Rooms with snacks & refreshments; a great raffle (change in 2022 – only ONE prize per person); & a huge welcome/comradery.
Book your hotel NOW, cancellations up to 48 hours with no charge.
Request from ROLF ZAUGG, a trusted source.
He runs the private B-17 Museum, and has been keeping in contact with veterans and the descendants of crews of the bombers and fighter jets. The B-17 Museum in Utzenstorf is unique. It shows the history of foreign airplanes in Switzerland from 1939 to 1945.
Rolf Zaugg exhibits files, clothes and other possessions of the plane crews that surfaced after the War. Everything in his collection is original.
Wanted Swiss - Internees names 1943 -1945 from the US Army Air Force
If you are the son or daughter, grandson, or great grandson of a bomber crew or fighter pilot who made an emergency landing or crash landed in Switzerland between 1943 -1945, and was subsequently interned, then we would definitely like to meet you.
We are very interested in the story of your father, grandfather. Please get in touch via PN message, thank you.
Learn more: https://www.b17museum.ch/index_e.php
If you know of someone who was INT in Switzerland and wish for Cally to follow up on information, please contact her. Any WWII information may soon be lost! Email: email@example.com
3rd Division tail and wing marking
Station 142 | Deopham Green